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BIRLA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCIENCE, PILANI K.K.BIRLA GOA CAMPUS INSTRUCTION DIVISION FIRST SEMESTER 2010-2011 Course Handout (Part II)

Date: 3.8.2010 In addition to part-I (General Handout for all courses appended to the time table) this portion gives further specific details regarding the course.

Course No.

:

EEE C371/INSTR C371

Course Title

:

Electromechanical Energy Conversion

Instructor-in-charge

:

Gautam Bacher

Team of Instructors

:

C.B.K. Moorthy, Anjali Dixit, K.V.R.B. Prasad, K.Chandram, Sheron Figarado, R. Femi

1. Course Description: Theory, performance, testing, applications and control of DC machines, induction machines, synchronous machines and transformers. Experiments on testing and control of machines and transformers. Fractional HP motors and miniature motors.

2. Scope and objective of the Course: Thorough knowledge of principle and working of machines like transformers, dc machines, synchronous machines and induction machines. Parameters governing performance and factors influencing control during normal and extreme working conditions shall be made known to the students.

3. Text Book:

1. Nagrath I J and D P Kothari - Electric Machines - TMH, 3 rd ed.

2. Electrical Machines Laboratory Manual

4. Reference Books:

1. P.S. Bimbhra, Electrical Machinary, Khanna Publishers

2. P.S. Bimbhra, Generalized Theory of Electrical machines, Khanna Publishers

3. M.G. Say, The Performance and Design of Alternating Current Machines, CBS Publishers & Distributors

5. Course Plan:

 

Lec.

 

Learning Objectives

 

Topic to be Covered

 

References

No.

 

1

To review Transformer

 

Construction, operation, equivalent circuit, phasor diagrams, losses, efficiency and voltage regulation

3.1

to

3.9

 

of T1/ 1.1 to

1.12

of R1

2-3

To

learn

parallel

operation

of

Parallel operation and load sharing

 

3.14

of T1 /

transformers

   

1.13

of R1

4-5

To learn three phase transformer operation

Connections,

Phasor

groups,

3.13 of T1/

Applications and Harmonics

8.1

to

8.2

     

and

8.4.1 to

8.4.4

of R2

6

To

learn

about

phase

Three phase to two phase conversions ( Scott connection)

3.16

of T1/

conversions

 

8.9

of R2

7

To learn excitation phenomenon in transformers

Excitation phenomenon

 

3.10

of T1/

8.4

of R2

8

To learn about tap changers in transformers

No load and On load tap changers

3.17

of T1 /

1.14

of R1

9

Transformer

testing

&

special

Sumpner’s

test,

frequency

response,

3.7

of

T1,

transformers

 

pulse transformer

 

Appendix III of T1

Three-phase auto-transformer

Use, limitations and types

 

8.12

of R2

10-12

Transformer design

 

Different parameters and their importance in transformer design

Chapter VII

 

of R3

 

13-14

To learn basic principle of 3phase Induction Motor

Construction, MMF wave, Slip and frequency of rotor currents

9.1

to 9.3 of

T1

15-16

To learn modeling Induction Motor

of 3phase

Circuit model, Power across air gap, Torque and power output, Torque slip characteristics

9.4,

9.5

of

T1

17-19

To learn about testing of 3phase Induction motor

No-Load and short circuit tests, determination of parameters, circle diagram, starting, review of speed control including solid state control

9.6

to

9.10

&

11.2,

 

11.3,

11.5,

11.8of

T1/

 

6.10

to 6.11

of R1

 

20

Induction motor drive

 

Vector control of an induction motor

11.11of T1

21-22

Induction generator

 

Isolated generator, voltage build-up & use

9.12

of T1

23

Induction motor design

 

Different parameters and their importance in induction motor design

Chapter

 
 

XVI

of R3

24-26

To

learn

about

synchronous

Operation, circuit model, armature reaction, synchronous reactance, determination of synchronous impedance

8.1

to 8.6 of

machines

T1

27-28

To learn about synchronizing and operating characteristics of synchronous machine

Synchronizing to infinite bus bar, operating characteristics, power angle characteristics, operation at constant load with variable excitation, compounding curves, synchronous condenser, armature resistance

8.7

to

8.8

of T1

29

To learn about Power transfer in

Power flow equation

 

8.9

of T1

 

a synchronous generator.

     

30-32

Two reaction theory in salient pole synchronous machine

Two reaction model, phasor diagram, power angle characteristics and slip test

8.11

of T1

33-34

Stepper motors

 

Basic features, characteristics & types

 

10.6

of T1

35

1-phase synchronous motors

 

Types, features & use

 

10.3

of T1

36

Two phase servomotor

 

Use & characteristics

 

10.5

of T1

37

To

learn

about

brushless

DC

Basic

features,

operation

and

7.12, 8.16 of T1 / 9.2 of

motors

 

characteristics

 
   

R2

38-40

Review of principles and starting of DC motors

Shunt motor starter step calculation

&

7.13, 11.6 &

review of speed control including solid state drive

11.7

of T1

41

Braking

of

DC

motors

&

Plugging,

dynamic

&

regenerative

7.15

of T1

applications

 

braking

 

42

Performance evaluation of DC machines

Efficiency & testing of DC machines

 

7.16

of T1/

4.14

of R1

6. LABORATORY COMPONENT:

The list of experiments to be performed is as follows

1. No Load tests on a single-phase Transformer

2. No load tests on a DC shunt motor

3. No load tests on a Synchronous machine

4. No load tests on a DC Shunt generator

5. Load test on a DC shunt generator

6. Scott connection & Sumpner’s test

7. Hopkinson’s test

8. Load test on a Synchronous machine (motor)

9. Load test on a three phase induction motor

10. No load test on an induction motor

Each experiment (performance & evaluation) will be given a credit. Details will be declared in the laboratory sessions.

Lab test and ten experiment’s

marks will be calculated . If there is a large discrepancy in the averages (say, more than one mark) then the “average of averages” will be calculated and the average of each section will be brought nearer to this average.

7. Normalisation : For each practical section average marks of

8. Self Study (Fractional Kw Motors-CH-10 (T1: 10.1 to 10.4)

9. Evaluation Scheme:

S.No.

Evaluation

Time

Weightage

Date

Venue

Remarks

Component

1

Laboratory Experiments, Lab- Quiz & Lab-test

 

*

90

Marks

*

*

CB

2

Test 1

60

min.

50

Marks

18/09/2010

**

CB

3

Test 2

60

min.

50

Marks

30/10/2010

**

CB

4

Tutorial Test / Assignment

 

---

30

Marks

---

**

OB

5

Comprehensive

3 hrs.

80

Marks

13/12/2010

**

OB

Exam.

 
 

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TOTAL

300 Marks

--------------

*

Will be announced in the class.

**

Will be announced later.

10. Chamber Consultation Hour: To be announced in the class.

11. Notices: Notices concerning this course will be displayed on the A-Wing Notice Board.

Instructor-in-charge EEE C371/INSTR C371